Arkansas Black is a variety of Apple which is a member of the Malus family. Its botanical name is Malus domestica 'Arkansas Black'. Arkansas Black is a hybrid heirloom variety. Its fruits normally ripen as a colour very similar to Dark candy apple red and Cream.
Tart crisp apple that stores well.1 Light yellow or cream colored flesh under dark red waxy skin.
Shows much resistance to apple rust, and some resistance to scab and fireblight.1Arkansas Black grows as a Deciduous and is a Fruit. Being deciduous, expect it to shed its leaves annually. Arkansas Black is known for growing to a height of approximately 162.50 feet (that's 50.00 metres in metric) with a tree-like habit. This variety tends to bloom in mid spring.
United States is believed to be where Arkansas Black originates from.
Arkansas Black Apple tends to need a moderate amount of maintenance, so ensuring that you are aware of the soil, sun, ph and water requirements for this plant is quite important to ensure you have a happy and healthy plant.
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How to grow Apple 'Arkansas Black'
Growing Arkansas Black from seed
Transplanting Arkansas Black
Harvesting Arkansas Black
Apple 'Arkansas Black' information
How long does Arkansas Black take to grow?
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Said to have been grown by a settler named John Crawford in 1840s Arkansas. This fruit stores well but will go nearly black in storage.1
Winesap may be a parent.1